GBGs are independent community-led groups formed by passionate business professionals and company owners who share knowledge about Google products and web technologies for local business success.
The team was in charge of the actual shooting, editing and post production.
Client :: AT&T Create a Thon - “Best Overall Film”
Roles :: Creative Director, Performer, Editor, Music Composer
What is MTF?
Michela Magas is the founder of Stromatolite, a Design Innovation Lab that has built the Music Tech Fest platform - one of the first real Innovation Ecosystems with a community of over 5000 innovators. With this Michela has established a unique innovation ecosystem, policy context and support structure for radical and disruptive innovation by a wide community of creative developers.
Rather than taking a single product to market, her ecosystem has yielded multiple innovative products and services enabled by her ideas of Open Product, Market Adoption, and Innovation IP, creating a fast track to innovation. Stromatolite has participated in four projects funded by Horizon 2020 and the 7th Framework Programme for Research, coordinating two of them.
Dp, Editing, Post, Sound: Fanni Fazakas
During August 2016, 4DSOUND hosted a 10-days creative lab at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest in collaboration with Munich’s experimental imprint SVS Records.
The creative lab enables twenty young creators to explore the language of spatial sound. The participants in the lab come from all over the world, bringing together a variety of artistic backgrounds and expertise. This video takes you on a tour around the Spatial Sound Institute and along a variety of the participating artists discussing their insights and perspectives on working with the medium of spatial sound.
Camera and Editing - Fanni Fazakas
Camera and Sound - Daniel Benyi
Mastering - Beni Brachtel
"Documentarian and artist Fanni Fazakas went above and beyond her participant role to deliver this terrific documentary video for a look inside that lab." - Peter Kirn / CreateDigitalMusic 2015
With computers and electricity or without it, musical performance has the potential to be expressive, powerful, immediate. Making music live in front of an audience demands spontaneous commitment. What technology can allow us to is to wire up that potential to other fields in new ways.
And that was the feeling that began 2015 for us, working in the collaborative MusicMakers Hacklab at CTM Festival in Berlin. Neuroscientists met specialists in breathing met instrumentalists. Think the lightning bolt in the laboratory: it’s alive.
Roles :: Founder, Creative Director, Musician, Performer
Collaborators :: Viktoria Soos, Cecilia Trabalka, Julia Szandtner
Graphic Design :: Rita Honosi
LÁJV is an event series founded in Summer 16' in Budapest showcasing live acts through jazz to techno, within mostly women can prove their talent and musical sensibility . At their fifth event VOL_5 men and women performers were equal in numbers and over 300 people attended the special, strictly LIVE show. LÁJV is currently looking for a sponsor to run similar events around NYC and Europe.
"Our team is spreading and consist of women, working in the field of art, music, film, medicine and other creative professions.
Next to having a good time together and listen to live music - which will be from jazz to techno really e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g, our prior aim is to let other creative women networking and forming new groups within they can share ideas create new stuff or just have a good chat."
Stay focused when you drive! - Promo video by Fanni Fazakas receiving 1st prize in the UNHCR video contest 2015.
FIBER Festival, The Subterranean
15+16 May 2015
A Lab, Volkshotel & Radion, Amsterdam NL
After a break of almost three years the Amsterdam based FIBER Festival returned on May 15 & 16 with a packed programme of emerging audiovisual art, immersive performances, electronic music, workshops and a symposium. This edition focused on the theme The Subterranean: Exploring Networked Tools and Matter, and questioned the often invisible influence of digital technology on our daily lives.
FIBER Festival takes place at three cultural hotspots.
A Lab (workshops, meetup, exhibition), Volkshotel (symposium) and the industrial club venue Radion (AV performances, art & club night) in Amsterdam.
For more info visit fiberfestival.nl.
Video: Tanja Busking, Kim Idsinga, Fanni Fazakas
Interviews: Dayna Casey, Julia Yudelman
Graphic design: Studio Naam
Coordination: Jessica Dreu
Im not proud of these, but I learned a lot...
Roles :: Filming and Editing
Country :: The Netherlands
Collaborators :: Tanja Busking
Sound :: Rumex
Visited Studios :: Jaap Sheeren, Martine Stig, Judith Van Ijken